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Today Is April 20th!

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Today's date is April 20th!
We assume you know what time it is...


 

So, don't be late......



Connect With Eric Hatheway In All These Places!

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Find the artist, Eric Hatheway on Facebook, Twitter , Google+ and all these other fine social media outlets! You can follow his daily updates on all of these very popular social media sites. He looks forward to hearing from you – just send a friend request. Thanks for visiting and please come back often!


           
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How To Be Good Looking

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"How To Be Good Looking"



 


Low-T Plz Help

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Low-T Plz Help







Fine Art Photography: Corner Convergence

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My photos are now available as beautifully framed presentations!
1" Thick Wooden Frame ... High Quality Mat ... Kodak Archival Paper
My 8" x 8" prints have a total size of 12" x 12"
My 12" x 12" prints have a total size of 16" x 16"
(includes the matte and frame)



 Corner Convergence
©2014 Eric Hatheway All Rights Reserved


Click HERE to Purchase

NEW! My photos are now available as unframed prints!
Printed on a high quality Kodak Archival Paper.
A one-inch thick white border frames your image perfectly!
(adding two inches to the overall product dimensions)
My 8" x 8" prints have a total size of 10" x 10"
My 12" x 12" prints have a total size of 14" x 14"



Corner Convergence
©2014 Eric Hatheway All Rights Reserved


Click HERE to Purchase


     





High Tech Handshake

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High technology, often abbreviated to high tech (adjective forms high-technology, high-tech or hi-tech) is technology that is at the "cutting edge" the most advanced technology available. Have a handshake the high tech way. Thanks for visiting and please come back often!


"High Tech Handshake"










Swing Action Bowling Slacks

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Swing Action Bowling Slacks
For Bowling-Office-Streetwear




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Action Pants!







The Rock Tosser Poster

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He doth protest too much?
Can't tell, but he's about to
toss that rock at something!
Join the rebellion.....




The perfect way to dress up any wall,
this is the perfect size for maximum
visual impact, or instantly creating
a theme for a very cool room.

Images look great on this high-quality poster, printed
on heavyweight 7 mil semi-gloss paper using superior
dye inks. Treat yourself or give as a gift.

Large Poster
Image Size 23" X 35"

Mini-Poster
Image Size 11" x 17"


Click on through to purchase



Fine Art Photography: Right Angles

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My photos are now available as beautifully framed presentations!
1" Thick Wooden Frame ... High Quality Mat ... Kodak Archival Paper
My 8" x 8" prints have a total size of 12" x 12"
My 12" x 12" prints have a total size of 16" x 16"
(includes the matte and frame)



 Right Angles
©2013 Eric Hatheway All Rights Reserved


Click HERE to Purchase

NEW! My photos are now available as unframed prints!
Printed on a high quality Kodak Archival Paper.
A one-inch thick white border frames your image perfectly!
(adding two inches to the overall product dimensions)
My 8" x 8" prints have a total size of 10" x 10"
My 12" x 12" prints have a total size of 14" x 14"



Right Angles
©2013 Eric Hatheway All Rights Reserved


Click HERE to Purchase


     





Awful Food: The TV Dinner

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The TV Dinner is a prepackaged and frozen meal that usually comes as an individual portion. Created in the 1950s, the convenient TV Dinner requires very little preparation and contains all the elements for a single-serving meal. These wonderful little dinners usually consisted of a cut of mystery meat, with a vegetable, such as peas, carrots, corn, or potatoes.

The name TV dinner came from the shape of the tray it was served on. The arrangement of the food compartments on the foil serving tray was similar to that of the front panels of a 1950s television set: a screen on the left and speakers and control on the right. There were other theories about the name of the TV dinner. One reason was that early packaging featured the image of a TV set.


Awful Food: The T.V. Dinner

We're sure yours will look better!